As early as January this year, Microsoft determined that due to problems with Office API, Win10 and Win11 may have start menus, search and UWP applications that do not work properly.
At the time, Microsoft said it would fix the problem and said users could temporarily uninstall Office API-based applications to ensure the stability of the system.
Four months later, Microsoft updated the Windows Health panel today.After a long period of repair, Microsoft's solution is & mdash;— recommends uninstalling it directly.
In other words, four months later,Microsoft has not successfully fixed the problems with Office API and can only advise users to uninstall applications based on the API.
Microsoft says the main culprit for the problem is corrupted registry keys or data that affect applications that use Microsoft Office API, such as Barco's ClickShare, making it unable to click and interact.
But although the problem has been identified, Microsoft only advises users to uninstall Office API-based programs.The so-called ldquo; we are working on a solution & rdquo;, and still do not give a time plan.
At present, Microsoft has not made any further response to this.
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